Summary: So far so good. The signal strength seems a little weak, but is better than what I had. Very easy to set up. I don't particularly care for the big blue light on the side, which can be distracting at times. Overall, a good product.
Summary: works great on same the same floor in the house.Signal was weak when at far corners of the house on a different floor. Over all have had no problems at all unit works great and my house is now wifi happy
i continue to have a very good experience with this product......
7 January 2012
Summary: This router was bought refurbished but you couldn't tell the difference, I received it in a brown box like some refurbished products do, in my opinion it was easy to set up and has been running flawlessly since it also can simultaneously be a media server too and has quick connect when adding new computers on to thhe wireless network, it has tis cool blue wireless connectivity indicator that I've heard several people say they don't like but I.
Great for places where signal strength is an issue
13 July 2011
Summary: I was having connnectivity (signal strength) problems with my wifi g router so planned to upgrade to wireless n. On searching, found the wireless n dual band supported by this router and thought of going for it. Also bought another wifi n dual band usb adapter for the laptop. Individually, either of them increases the range to a great extent and all my connectivity issues are gone.
Summary: Great Speed but only decent Range. I expected more range out of this modem-router, specially when it's named 'Rangemax'; it's less than 25metres/82 feet across several walls. Perhaps I'm being too demanding? In any case, I had a little more range with my previous Linksys Wag160n, but I've got to admit this Netgear product is much better quality and more reliable.
Summary: This router is really great. Its got all what you want. The USB file sharing is amazing. I had trouble setting up the internet cause i was using a cable connection not ADSL as the router required. But if u have adsl at home, this is the perfect router.
Summary: I bought this device because my old DSL router with wireless seemed to be cutting out more frequently than it should be. It installed quite well, and connected to ISP (Qwest) without trouble. Wireless setup was a little confusing. Possibly because I don't know tons about wireless networks, but I didn't expect that I should have to know that much. What I didn't understand was why this device wanted to setup two networks by default.
Summary: Like any dual-band 802.11n router, your connection gets a choice of either the 2.4GHz band *or* the 5GHz band, but you can't actually use both at the same time with any one client, or easily hop between them like Netgear's ad and box copy would have you believe. In fact, I had to use the 2.4GHz band because my laptop's radio wouldn't see it on 5Ghz. Setup for choosing frequencies is also fairly confusing, and you only get "automatic" with some configurations, not others.